Custom Chrome Goes South Of The Border

On July 1st, 2010 Custom Chrome is going to open a new South America sales office located in Manzanillo, Mexico. California based Custom chrome has already an international presence with Custom Chrome Europe, Custom Chrome Japan and six satellite sales offices around the world including Australia.

The new office will be headed by Manuel Moreno and will offer V Twin dealers in South America the opportunity to receive regular visits from a Custom Chrome Road Force Representative, receive product quickly and efficiently and will allow them to learn about the latest in V-Twin parts and accessories. Opening this new office also shows the commitment Custom Chrome brings in giving dealers the best in service and support, regardless of where on the map they happen to be.”

“We have been looking at South America for some time and opening this new office fits with our corporate goals of expanding both domestically and globally and becoming a dealer’s ‘Preferred Industry Partner’ no matter where the shop is located,” states CEO and President Holger Mohr. “With entrenched offices and distribution like we have on other continents and in other countries, having new expansion in developing markets just makes sense.” “We see the V-Twin market as truly being global in this day and age,” says Steve Veltri, VP of Sales and Marketing. “With the internet and 24/7 information flow, being in only one location no longer makes sense as evidenced by the amount of calls we receive on a daily basis.” Custom Chrome South America, Manuel Moreno, 408-465-4359

6 Responses to “Custom Chrome Goes South Of The Border”

  1. 1 The Producer Jun 17th, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    Great Biz move I commend CC on their ability to become the Global Company they need to be to succeed for the next 20 years. Indeed V-Twins are world wide and CC parts will be appreciated by all who are able to purchase them.

    Steve The Producer Johann

  2. 2 David Jun 17th, 2010 at 11:44 pm

    Well let’s see hear….Lots of drug money available and if there is a good supplied warehouse the guys with guns go in and take what they want…….CC see’s an oportunity for making a fast buck and supporting a country that wants to send all it’s unwanted masses north with drugs and mayhem and dependency they put on the American Tax payer. And how does Mexico translate into South America why not just open a dealer in South America? Perhaps Rio?or Bogata Columbia(do they have roads there?)How about Chile they are a good democratic country and their economic system is even rated higher than ours.Peru would also be good (lots of harley cruzing done there). All this bullshit is just a lame excuse to try and build up a LAtino business so the parts supply is there for all those Made in India Harleys will have a place to go. Lord knows we dont want them here!!!

    SSDD ;David

  3. 3 666 Jun 18th, 2010 at 10:34 am

    I guess cci has all the business and problems in the USA solved???

  4. 4 Jeff Nicklus Jun 22nd, 2010 at 10:32 am

    For delivery in the US will they have “mules” carry it across the border? Just wondering?

    Over & Out,


  5. 5 Firehouse Aug 31st, 2010 at 2:53 am

    Has anyone ever looked in Brazil yet?? HELLO!

  6. 6 americo ney Dec 19th, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    i`m looking for, where is it?

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